F3 Cup Teams
Welcome to the F3 Cup Teams section of the website, where you can find out more about the teams taking part in the F3 Cup Teams Championship.
CF Racing joined F3 Cup in 2015 after a number of successful years in the now British Formula 3 Championship.
A tight knit team of veteran Formula 3 racing professionals, the team compromises a seasoned Formula 3 driver managing the crew and offers a finely tuned Formula 3 car and crew available from track sessions to full seasons.
For more information please contact team manager Hywel Lloyd email@example.com or call 01490 412146.
Chris Dittmann Racing (CDR)
Chris Dittmann Racing has forged a reputation for producing superbly presented and very competitive race cars in a number of series, including F3 Cup and the BRDC British F3 Championship.
The Tewkesbury-based team is run by current racer and qualified engineer Chris Dittmann, who was the inaugural F3 Cup drivers' champion in 2012. The team’s contemporary experience means they are experts when it comes to driver preparation, and extend their offering with in-house simulator sessions on their brand new system, and training days with a KZ1 gearbox kart. These facilities make the team a suitable destination for car racing novices or drivers with experience looking to move to the next level.
Race weekend support is provided by driver coach Kieran Vernon, himself a multiple single seater race winner in Formula Ford, Formula Renault and Formula Palmer Audi.
Ever-presents in the BRDC F4 Championship and then the BRDC British F3 Championship, alongside their F3 Cup commitments, the team has demonstrated continued growth scoring multiple wins and numerous podium results.
For any enquires with regards to racing with CDR, contact the team: 07811 180157
Team Fox Racing
Team Fox Racing joined F3 Cup in 2016 with a strong background in single-seater racing.
After leaving school team boss Dan Fox went straight to work at a race team Fred Goddard Racing based in Silverstone. The team ran Formula Fords Zetec cars in the TOCA championship and F1 and F3000 cars in the BARC BOSS series in 2000. They started running Class B F3 in the British Formula 3 Championship with Gary Paffet, and won the championship. Fox then went on to work for Fortec Motorsport in F3, before later making a move to join the Red Bull Racing F1 team.
In 2010 Dan set up Team Fox Racing, preparing FF1600 cars in the Champion of Brands series and building Dallara F3 cars for Monoposto racing. Robbie Watts joined the fold in 2013, going on to win the Mono F3 class in 2013, 2014 and 2015. The team also built and helped run other Monoposto front runners including Daryl Jones and Tony Bishop who won the Mono F3 Championship in 2020 with Team Fox Racing.
In addition to their Monoposto and F3 Cup commitments, Team Fox look after three historic single seaters, in the shape of a Shadow F1, Lola F5000 and March F2.
University of Wolverhampton Racing (UWR)
The University of Wolverhampton’s School of Engineering look set once again to be the only University competing in this season’s F3 Cup competition – with the engineers of tomorrow building their skills and knowledge in the arena of professional motorsport.
The University of Wolverhampton operates its technical development under the banner UWR (University of Wolverhampton Racing) which comprises of the professional racing branch in F3 Cup, the design & development branch undertaking IMechE Formula Student along with the racing development branch being the factory works team for the Morgan Motor Company, along with numerous other projects.
University of Wolverhampton Racing is a team is made up of students in various team roles under the guidance of experienced staff from the professional motorsport industry.
While studying for their university degrees, students spend their evenings and weekends gaining valuable industry experience in professional motor racing, developing road cars via racing, or designing & building a race car from scratch.
With aspirations to work in motorsport one day, the engineering students are taught how to run a car professionally under the help and guidance of university staff. Their professional approach and passion for racing has seen them take second place in 2016 & 2017 in the F3 Cup championship, in 2016 UWR came within a single point of the overall title, collecting a string of race wins along the way.
The investment in University of Wolverhampton Racing forms part of a larger investment in the engineering facilities and equipment at our Telford Innovation Campus located in Shropshire to ensure we meet the needs of tomorrow’s industry.